Naren and Soori live in Tanjore district. They simply waste time by roaming around but are really concerned about the welfare of farmers and their lands.
Heroine Shrushti Dange and her father Sampath also stay at the same place and they are also keen in sustaining the upliftment of the farmers.
Jayaraj, who is Naren’s father has been in involved in politics for more than 40 years and when he meets his leaders regarding the MLA seat, the deciding authorities plan to offer the chance to Jayarj’s son Naren.
Jayaraj is hesitant to give the responsibility to his son because of his lethargic and careless attitude.
The rest of the story reveals whether Naren was given a chance to prove himself and whether he guided farmers to more happy and peaceful life.
Naren has taken up a village youngster’s role for the first time and the actor has excelled in doing justice to his role.
Shrushti Dange impresses audience with her looks and performance.
Other supporting artists like Jayaraj, Sampath and Soori have done their portions well.
Filmmaker Saravanan has taken up a sensible issue and has succeeded in doing justice to the storyline.
Arul Dev’s music composition and Santhosh Sriram’s cinematography are good and appreciable.